thunderbowl, rocky creek, waynse world, some place out in the booinies near keystone and some tournament fields with NPPL.
Directions to the Field:
West on Newberry road to mud truck bar or somthing then take a Right it'll be on your left you can't miss it.
Let me start out by saying I helped build the field that was there before first strike even thought about going there and some of the bunker we built are still there today more than 10 years later. I like the way our "stomping grounds" have been kept up as for some of these reviews I didn't notice anyone cursing to much or smoking around where they shouldn't have been. I went there with me wife and my friends girlfriend, it was they're first time playing paintball and the owner gave us a ref and let us introduce our loved ones to a sport we played growing up. This to me said this man does not want people getting the wrong idea about this sport and I will never play at another field as long as this field is open. The only reason I stoped playing here in the first place is because Uncle Sam had a differnt "game" I needed to participate in. But now this is a place I take my wife and friends to and a place I would recomend to anyone wanting to play paintball the way it was ment to be played.
Last edited on Friday, January 5th, 2007 at 1:51 am PST
I have heard many military people playing paintball. Do you think that paintball helps sharpen your skills when it comes down to REAL combat? E-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can. I salute you for everything you have done for the country, and to come back to play paintball , its a good reason to leave paintball for a while. HOORAW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!